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February 2018 Archives

Pharmaceutical Companies Reportedly Paid $10 Million to Encourage Use of Opioids

A U.S. Senate committee reported Monday (Feb. 12, 2018) that the five largest opioid manufacturers paid more than $10 million directed in particular to patient advocacy groups and professional medical societies who would then encourage the use of those highly addictive drugs.

Proposed Settlement in Pella Proline Window Class Action Before District Court Judge for Review

Plaintiffs' counsel petitioned the court on Monday Feb. 12, 2018 for approval of a proposed settlement between Pella Window Corp. and consumers who purchased Pella Proline wood casement windows between the years 1991 and 2009 that now display wood rot.

Victory for Medicaid Recipients

With congressional approval of the Budget Act early on the morning of Friday, Feb. 9, 2018, Medicaid enrollees will again receive justice in reimbursement of liens. Medicaid is a state-based program that pays for medical costs for those with limited resources. 

The Rash of Recent Amtrak Crashes and How the Implementation of Positive Train Control Would Have Made a Difference

By Robert A. Clifford and Michael S. Krzak,
Partners, Clifford Law Offices, Chicago, IL
Representing 21 Victims of the Amtrak Derailment Near Tacoma, Washington

Lawyer Representing More Than 20 in Amtrak Derailment Available to Speak on Amtrak Passenger Train Crash in South Carolina

Michael S. Krzak, partner at Clifford Law Offices in Chicago representing 21 people injured or the families of those killed in the December 2017 Amtrak derailment near Tacoma, Washington, is available to comment on the recent rash of Amtrak crashes throughout the United States. 

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